Liam Williams is a writer, comedian and actor known for his stand-up shows and work with sketch group Sheeps. His self-titled debut show was nominated for the Edinburgh Comedy Best Newcomer Award in 2013, and a year later his follow-up show, Capitalism, earned a nomination for the main Edinburgh Comedy Award.

His writing credits include: Comedy Blaps (Channel 4), From Fact to Fiction: Purple Saturday, Ladhood and The Now Show (all BBC Radio 4), People Time (BBC Three), and Charlie Brooker’s 2015 Wipe (BBC Two).

His debut play, Travesty, published by Nick Hern Books, was premiered at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Author photo by Noel McLaughlin

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